MS BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

1. Curriculum of MS Biomedical Engineering

There are three MS tracks offering in the field of Biomedical Engineering at ZUFEST. These specialized streams/tracks and scheme of study are as follows:

  1. Bio Informatics
  2. Clinical Instrumentation
  3. Rehabilitation Engineering

Each MS student has to select four courses as offered by the University from the list of core courses and four or six elective courses from the specialization stream. A student can opt six credit hours research work/thesis instead of two courses from the specialization steam.

1.1      Core Courses

BM 701Research Methodology
BM 711Advanced Biomedical Signals & Systems
BM 714Advanced Biomedical Control Systems

1.2      Specialization: Bio Informatics

BM 720Medical InformaticsBM 740Drug Delivery & Pharmacology
BM 705Biomedical EthicsBM 741Advanced Computational Biology
BM 721Computer VisionBM 742Advanced Biochemistry
BM 722Tissue & Cell EngineeringBM 703Modeling & Simulation of Physiological Systems
BM 730Telemedicine SystemBM 750Structural Bioinformatics
BM 731Pattern RecognitionBM 751Functional Genomics
BM 801ProteomicsBM 752Advanced Mass Transfer
BM 802Cell and Molecular Biology

1.3      Specialization: Clinical Instrumentation

BM 722Tissue & Cell EngineeringBM 732Advanced Clinical Instrumentation
BM 704Mechatronics System DesignBM 733Medical Microsystems
BM 723Embedded Systems & ApplicationsBM 702Biomedical Engineering Design
BM 724Biomaterial Science & EngineeringBM 734Bio-electromagnetism
BM 725Medical Image ProcessingBM 735Ultra-Power Electronics
BM 742Advanced BiochemistryBM 760Biomaterials and Drug Delivery
BM 751Functional GenomicsBM 761Cardiovascular Fluid Mechanics
BM 753Design of Medical DevicesBM 801Proteomics
BM 754Advanced Medical ImagingBM 715Advanced Biomedical Instrumentation
BM 755Adaptive Signals and Filter DesignBM 802Cell and Molecular Biology

1.4      Specialization: Rehabilitation Engineering

BM 722Tissue & Cell EngineeringBM 736Prosthetics and Orthosis
BM 723Embedded Systems & ApplicationsBM 742Advanced Biochemistry
BM 724Biomaterial Science & EngineeringBM 743Clinical Gait Analysis
BM 726Rehabilitation EngineeringBM 751Functional Genomics
BM 727Computational BiomechanicsBM 755Adaptive Signals and Filter Design
BM 735Medical RoboticsBM 760Biomaterials and Drug Delivery
BM 762Advanced Bio-Fluid MechanicsBM 803Design of Implants/Artificial Organs
BM 763Injury MechanicsBM 804Advanced Biomechanics
BM 801ProteomicsBM 712Finite Element Methods
BM 802Cell and Molecular BiologyBM 813Experimental Biomechanics

2. Title of Program to be Appear on Degree

Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering

3. Eligibility Criteria

16 Years of education in the relevant discipline, minimum CGPA 2.50/4.00 or 60% marks, passed GAT (General) or the University admission test.

4. Duration of MS Biomedical Engineering and Semester-Wise Break-Up

Typical / Average duration for MS Biomedical program is 1.5 years (4 years maximum). A generalized semester-wise break-up is as follows:

Course Work Only OptionCoursework + Thesis Option
Number of semesters04 (Typical)04 (Typical)
Program Credit hours30 (Min)30 (Min)
No. of CoursesCore: 04Core: 04
Elective: 06Elective: 04
Coursework Credit Hrs.3024
Thesis C Hrs.6
Credits allowed per semester09 (max) in Spring/Fall

03 (max) in Summer

09 (max) in Spring/ Fall

03    max) in Summer

5. MS Biomedical Engineering Thesis Work

Besides 24-CHr of coursework, MS students optionally complete 06 CH of research work instead of two courses. The thesis may be taken after completing 18CH (minimum).

6. MS Biomedical Engineering Degree Requirements:

Besides 24-CHr of coursework, MS students optionally complete 06 CH of research work instead of two courses. The thesis may be taken after completing 18CH (minimum).

7. FEE STRUCTURE

The fee structure will be provided by the Finance Department